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Gibson 50s J-45 - ebony

Acoustic guitar & electro
2590.00 €
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The GIBSON 50s J-45 Original (OCRS4550EB) acoustic/electric Round Shoulder Dreadnought guitar flaunts vintage-inspired detailing from the golden-era of Gibson. Classic “Workhorse” materials include a Sitka spruce top and select mahogany back and sides. The multi-ply top and single-ply back binding are subtlety antiqued making each instrument look just like a seasoned Gibson acoustic.
Appointed with cream button tuners, a 1950s-era tortoise pick guard, and upgraded with an LR Baggs VTC pickup for the best and most natural-sounding tone when amplified.

Ever since the arrival of new CEO James "JC" Curleigh in 2018, a wise businessman with a passion for guitars, Gibson quickly gained its nobility back. Large-scale investment were made to renovate manufacturing base, in order to offer better quality instruments, with a more realistic price, and smartly rethought range of products that will satisfy Gibson lovers regardless their budget.


Ref : 92644
- Acoustic & electro-acoustic : electro-acoustic
- Acoustic guitar color : black
- Acoustic guitar style : dreadnought
- Number of strings of an acoustic guitar : 6 strings
- Right-handed / left-hand : right-handed
- GIBSON 50s J-45 Original
- SKU Gibson OCRS4550EB
- Acoustic/electric steel string guitar
- Dreadnought Round Shoulder
- Made in USA
- 2019
- Solid Sitka Spruce top
- Solid Mahogany back/sides
- Traditional hand scalloped X-bracing
- Mahogany set-neck (dovetail), Custom Round profile
- Rosewood fingerboard, 20 frets
- Scale 24.75"
- Radius 12"
- Nut width 1.725" - 4.3815 cm
- Traditional belly up bridge
- Bone nut/saddle
- LR Baggs VTC preamp with volume control in soundhole
- Grover Strap Cream Button tuners
- Gloss nitrocellulose finish
- Gibson case included

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